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Inside Story (Boy Bomber) #751188

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 24, 2004
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(Studio: John Roberts) The withdrawal of threats against the US by Hamas’ new leader while he vowed to kill Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in revenge for the assassination of Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin noted.

(Tel Aviv: David Hawkins) Terrorists’ use of children and young teens as suicide bombers examined; details given about a Palestinian boy caught at an Israeli checkpoint wearing a vest containing explosives; scenes shown. [Israeli Defense Forces spokesperson Maj. Sharon FEINGOLD†- says this is the monstrous doings of evil people.] [Palestinian psychiatrist Dr. Iyad ZAQOUT†- says as long as the intifada is going on, we will have children who are ready to become martyrs.]

Roberts, John;
Hawkins, David

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